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A depiction of the "long serpent" rocket launcher from the 11th century book Wujing Zongyao. The holes in the frame are designed to keep the fire arrows separate.
A depiction of the "long serpent" rocket launcher from the 11th century book Wujing Zongyao. The holes in the frame are designed to keep the fire arrows separate.

This article gives a concise timeline of rocket and missile technology.

11th century

Robert Anderson suggests using metal for rocket casing
Robert Anderson suggests using metal for rocket casing

17th century-19th century

20th century

21st century

See also

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